XYZprinting da Vinci mini 3D Printer, 5.9” x 5.9” x 5.9”

July 1, 2017 - Comment

The da Vinci Mini is 30 percent smaller than da Vinci Jr. 1.0 and has a 5.9 inch x 5.9 inch x 5.9 inch aluminum print bed for larger and finer prints. Product Features The da Vinci Mini streamlines its printing function through a single-button print design as well as providing different colored LEDs to

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The da Vinci Mini is 30 percent smaller than da Vinci Jr. 1.0 and has a 5.9 inch x 5.9 inch x 5.9 inch aluminum print bed for larger and finer prints.

Product Features

  • The da Vinci Mini streamlines its printing function through a single-button print design as well as providing different colored LEDs to indicate printing conditions
  • The da Vinci Mini can connect wirelessly to your home network for easy 3D printing throughout your home, office, or classroom
  • Use XYZware to connect to your network and experience its updated slicing precision and computing efficiency, shortening the preparation time required before printing
  • The da Vinci Mini prints only with XYZprinting’s non-toxic PLA filament, which has gone through various tests to ensure that it is DEHP-free and Heavy Metal-free for your safety, assorted Color filaments
  • Make your dreams into reality with the FREE downloadable version of XYZmaker 3D modeling design software for beginners

Comments

Joseph W. West says:

Caution Before You Buy Caution before you buy. When I was researching 3d printers for my daughter for Christmas, the XYZprinting da Vinci mini looked like the perfect entry-level printer. It’s still workable, but I have some buyers remorse. First and foremost, what you will not uncover easily is this printer contains Data Rights Management (DRM) protection on its filament. This is what that means: 

D. Kasun says:

Very good product at a great price – but get some sticky stuff first! After the first few hours with this, I was tempted to give it 1 star and send it back… the filament simply would not stick to the tape pad on the baseplate, and every model I tried to print failed. I tried some different glue sticks – didn’t seem to work… until finally I got the idea of using some repositionable stencil glue spray (https://amzn.com/B008FP2RBM )… and since then, everything has printed absolutely perfectly. Note: I usually spray it onto a separate piece of paper and blot it onto the tape on the baseplate rather than spraying it on directly… it’s cleaner, and saves you from using too much – which makes the prints really hard to remove from the plate. 

NoraZon says:

True plug-and-play machine **Update after 1 week of use** 

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